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The Treasure Room / Rediscovery EP: The Paintbrush of Van Gogh
« on: December 18, 2006, 03:02:28 PM »
Author's Note: This is one of the episodes of my independent project, Legends: The Rediscovery.  More information on the project can be found by following this link.

Episode 6: The Paintbrush of Van Gogh

The camera pans through a thick jungle to stop in front of an ancient temple. The giant stone head at the base of the temple breaks the silence:
"LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE! With your guide, Kirk Fogg!"

Kirk comes down swinging on a rope. "Thank you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple. The rooms are filled with lost treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his temple. Olmec, which legend are we going to hear about today?"

Olmec replies:
"The legend of the Paintbrush of Van Gogh."

"Ooh, the Paintbrush of Van Gogh!" Kirk says in response. "Well the legend is set, and one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the Paintbrush. Will it be:
"Brian and Nicole of the Red Jaguars—" the camera pans to each team in order—
"Rocky and Sohini of the Blue Barracudas,
"Dwayne and Katharine of the Green Monkeys,
"Ravi and Jessica of the Orange Iguanas,
"Jonathan and Ashleigh of the Purple Parrots,
"Or Levi and Destiny of the Silver Snakes?"

"They'll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests," Kirk says, "but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple. First, they must cross the moat, and here's how they'll have to do it today:
"In front of each team a giant web has fallen above the Moat. One player from each team is already holding onto a long rope, and when I say 'go,' they'll swing out to the web and climb over it, then swim the rest of the Moat. Then their partner will go out to grab the rope, then go across the same way, but be careful— if your knees touch the water before you climb over the web, you'll have to go back and start over.
"When both players are across, run over and hit your team's gong." He slams down on the Red Jaguars' gong to demonstrate. "The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round, so teams— are you ready?"
The players all cheer and shout in response.
"Olmec, are you ready?" asks Kirk.
"Let's get crackin'!" Olmec replies.
"All right," Kirk replies. "On your mark, get set, GO!"

The first players all take the ropes and swing off— but the boy on the Green Monkeys dropped too low into the water! He'll have to start over, and just as he's swinging out again the boys on the Red Jaguars and Blue Barracudas make it across. The girls on the Purple Parrots, Silver Snakes and Orange Iguanas aren't too far behind.
The boy on the Green Monkeys finally makes it across right after the girl on the Blue Barracudas gets to the other side and hits her gong. The Orange Iguanas become the second team to ring in. The girl on the Red Jaguars slips right off her net and goes back to start again, and so does the boy on the Purple Parrots. The Silver Snakes ring in third just as the girl on the Red Jaguars falls into the drink again, and the girl on the Green Monkeys swoops by to get the final position.
"That's it! We've got our four teams!" announces Kirk. "Going on to the Steps of Knowledge are the Blue Barracudas—" the camera pans to each team in sequence— "and the Green Monkeys— and the Orange Iguanas— and the Silver Snakes! Red Jaguars and Purple Parrots, it was a tough Moat. You're not leaving empty handed, we've got a great gift for you for playing, and here's what it is." Brian, Nicole, Jonathan and Ashleigh will each be receiving a $50 U.S. Savings Bond provided by Nestle.

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The Treasure Room / Rediscovery EP: Roald Amundsen's Final Telegram
« on: December 17, 2006, 07:55:04 AM »
Author's Note: This is one of the episodes of my independent project, Legends: The Rediscovery.  More information on the project can be found by following this link.

Episode 4: Roald Amundsen's Final Telegram

The camera pans through a thick jungle to stop in front of an ancient temple. The giant stone head at the base of the temple breaks the silence:
"LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE! With your guide, Kirk Fogg!"

Kirk descends from the rafters on a rope and runs up the Steps of Knowledge. "Thank you, thank you everyone!" he shouts to the excited audience. "Thank you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple. Well, actually, it's Olmec's Temple, and the rooms are full of hidden treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards. Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his temple. Olmec, which legend are we gonna hear about today?"

Olmec replies:
"The legend of Roald Amundsen's Final Telegram."

"Ooh, Roald Amundsen's Final Telegram!" Kirk says in response. "Well the legend is set, and one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the Final Telegram so we can help return it to its rightful owner. Will it be:
"The Red Jaguars—" the camera pans to the cheering teams one at a time— "the Blue Barracudas— the Green Monkeys— the Orange Iguanas— the Purple Parrots— or the Silver Snakes?"

"They'll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests," Kirk says, "but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple. First, they must cross the moat, and here's how they'll have to do it today:
"In front of each team a series of four stone platforms hang above the Moat. One player from each team will step onto the first platform when I say 'go,' then pull the next platform toward them and make their way to the other side of the Moat. If a player falls into the water, they will have to go back and start over! Once the first player is across, their teammate must follow the same way.
"When both players are across, run over and hit your team's gong by hitting it on top like this." He slams down on the Red Jaguars' gong to demonstrate. "The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round, so teams— are you ready?"
The players all cheer and shout in response.
"I said ARE YOU READY?" Kirk asks again. The teams cheer and yell even louder.
"Olmec, are you ready?" asks Kirk.
"LET'S ROCK!" Olmec shouts.
"Let's get started, then!" Kirk yells, full of energy. "On your marks teams, get set… GO!!!"

The teams start off at more or less the same rate— except for the Red Jaguars, whose first player falls in the Moat right off the bat and already has to begin again. By the time she climbs out of the water, the Green Monkeys and Orange Iguanas' first players have each stepped onto their third platform. The Green Monkeys girl is the first player to jump down onto the other side of the Moat, followed by the Silver Snakes, Orange Iguanas, and Blue Barracudas' first players. Soon enough, all the teams get their first player across.
The Silver Snakes' second player makes it across the Moat quickly, and she runs over to hit her team's gong. The Blue Barracudas gong in second, whereas the Green Monkeys and Orange Iguanas are starting to fall behind. The boy on the Red Jaguars team is very fast compared to his partner, and so the Red Jaguars become the third team to successfully cross the Moat and hit the gong.
"We're still looking for one more team!" Kirk shouts, encouraging the Green Monkeys and Orange Iguanas to keep going. However, the girl on the Purple Parrots beats both of them to the last position when she slams down on the gong and the pedestal lights up.
"That's it!!" Kirk announces, going over to stand with the Silver Snakes. "Silver Snakes blazed across the Moat. You'll be going on to the Steps of Knowledge, along with the Purple Parrots—" the camera pans to each of the other teams in order— "and the Blue Barracudas— and the Red Jaguars! Green Monkeys and Orange Iguanas gave it an excellent effort. They're not going away empty-handed, we've a great gift for them for playing and here's what it is." The players on the Green Monkeys and the Orange Iguanas will each be receiving a $50 Regent sports package.

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The Treasure Room / Rediscovery EP: The Missing Log Book of Tenzing Norgay
« on: December 17, 2006, 07:47:09 AM »
Author's Note: This is one of the episodes of my independent project, Legends: The Rediscovery.  More information on the project can be found by following this link.

Episode 3: The Missing Log Book of Tenzing Norgay

The camera pans through a thick jungle to stop in front of an ancient temple.  The giant stone head at the base of the temple breaks the silence:
"LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE! With your guide, Kirk Fogg!"

Kirk comes down swinging on a rope. "Thank you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple.  The rooms are full of hidden treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards.  Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his temple.  Olmec, which legend are we going to hear about today?"

Olmec replies:
"The Legend of the Missing Log Book of Tenzing Norgay."

"So the legend is set," Kirk says in response, "and one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the Missing Log Book.  Will it be:
"The Red Jaguars—" the camera pans to the cheering teams one at a time— "the Blue Barracudas— the Green Monkeys— the Orange Iguanas— the Purple Parrots— or the Silver Snakes?"

"They'll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests," Kirk says, "but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple.  First, they must cross the moat, and here's how they'll have to do it today:
"In front of each team a series of four stone platforms hang above the Moat.  One player from each team will step onto the first platform when Kirk gives the signal, then pull the next platform toward them and make their way to the other side of the Moat.  If a player falls into the water, they will have to go back and start over! Once the first player is across, their teammate must follow the same way.
"When both players are across, run over and hit your team's gong.  The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round, so teams— are you ready?"
The players all cheer and shout in response.
"Olmec, are you ready?" asks Kirk.
"Let's get it started!" Olmec replies.
"All right," Kirk says. "On your mark, get set, GO!"

The teams take off at more or less the same rate, but soon the Red Jaguars start to fall behind.  The Blue Barracudas are the first to get one player across, followed by the Silver Snakes and Purple Parrots.  The Green Monkeys get their first player a few moments later.
The Blue Barracudas' second player makes it across and hits the gong just as the Orange Iguanas and Red Jaguars get their first players across.  Then the Silver Snakes' second player jumps down and locks in.  The Red Jaguars make an amazing comeback when they become the third team to cross the Moat.  Then the Purple Parrots beat out the other teams for the last spot in the next round.
"That's it!" Kirk announces, running over to stand with the Red Jaguars. "The Red Jaguars had an amazing comeback near the end there.  They'll go on to the next round— and so will the Blue Barracudas—" the camera pans to the other teams in order— "and the Purple Parrots— and the Silver Snakes.
"Green Monkeys and Orange Iguanas gave it a great effort too.  We've got a nice gift for them for playing, and here's what it is." The players on the Green Monkeys and Orange Iguanas will each be receiving a $50 U.S. Savings Bond provided by AND 1.

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The Treasure Room / Redicovery EP: The Lost Papyrus Scroll of the Poet Sage
« on: December 17, 2006, 07:42:27 AM »
Author's Note: This is one of the episodes of my independent project, Legends: The Rediscovery.  More information on the project can be found by following this link.

Episode 2: The Lost Papyrus Scroll of the Poet Sage

The camera pans through a thick jungle to stop in front of an ancient temple.  The giant stone head at the base of the temple breaks the silence:
"LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE! With your guide, Kirk Fogg!"

Kirk comes down swinging on a rope. "Thank you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple.  The rooms are full of hidden treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards.  Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his temple.  Olmec, which legend are we going to hear about today?"

Olmec replies:
"The Legend of the Lost Papyrus Scroll of the Poet Sage."

"So the legend is set," Kirk says in response, "and one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the Lost Scroll.  Will it be:
"The Red Jaguars—" the camera pans to the cheering teams one at a time— "the Blue Barracudas— the Green Monkeys— the Orange Iguanas— the Purple Parrots— or the Silver Snakes?"

"They'll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests," Kirk says, "but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple.  First, they must cross the moat, and here's how they'll do it today:
"In front of each team a series of four stone platforms hang above the Moat.  One player from each team will step onto the first platform when I say 'go,' then pull the next platform toward them and make their way to the other side of the Moat.  If a player falls into the water, they will have to go back and start over! Once the first player is across, their teammate must follow the same way.
"When both players are across, run over and hit your team's gong.  The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round, so teams— are you ready?"
The players all cheer and shout in response.
"Olmec, are you ready?" asks Kirk.
"OH YEAH!" Olmec replies.
"Okay teams," Kirk says. "On your mark, get set, GO!"

The first players take off at more or less the same pace, but after a few seconds the Blue Barracuda and Green Monkey are a couple steps ahead.  The Orange Iguanas and Purple Parrots are next to get one player across, followed by the Red Jaguars.
"Silver Snakes falling behind!" Kirk shouts, giving the play-by-play. "Blue Barracudas got their second player across! Green Monkeys hit their gong too! Still looking for two more teams— and here come the Orange Iguanas!"
The last three teams are all very close, but the Purple Parrots hit the gong just before the other teams can cross.
"That's it!" shouts Kirk. "Going on to the next round are the Green Monkeys— and the Blue Barracudas— and the Orange Iguanas— and the Purple Parrots! Too bad for the Red Jaguars and the Silver Snakes, though.  They're not going away empty-handed, here's what we've got for them." The players on the Red Jaguars and Silver Snakes will each be receiving a copy of RV on DVD.

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The Treasure Room / Rediscovery EP: The Silver Angel Wing of Elizabeth I
« on: December 17, 2006, 07:38:06 AM »
Author's Note: This is one of the episodes of my independent project, Legends: The Rediscovery.  More information on the project can be found by following this link.

Episode 1: The Silver Angel Wing of Elizabeth I

The camera pans through a thick jungle to stop in front of an ancient temple.  The giant stone head at the base of the temple breaks the silence:
"LEGENDS OF THE HIDDEN TEMPLE! With your guide, Kirk Fogg!"

Kirk comes down swinging on a rope. "Thank you, Olmec! Welcome to Legends of the Hidden Temple.  The rooms are full of hidden treasures that are protected by mysterious Mayan Temple Guards.  Only Olmec knows the legend behind each of the treasures in his temple.  So tell us, Olmec— what treasure is in the Temple today?"

Olmec replies:
"The Silver Angel Wing of Elizabeth I."

"So the legend is set," Kirk says in response, "and one of these six teams will have the chance to retrieve the Silver Angel Wing.  Will it be:
"The Red Jaguars—" the camera pans to the cheering teams one at a time— "the Blue Barracudas— the Green Monkeys— the Orange Iguanas— the Purple Parrots— or the Silver Snakes?"

"These teams'll have to pass some tough physical and mental tests," Kirk says, "but in the end, only one team will earn the right to enter Olmec's Temple.  First, they must cross the moat, and here's how they'll have to do it today:
"In front of each team a series of four stone platforms hang above the Moat.  One player from each team will step onto the first platform when I say 'go,' then pull the next platform toward them and make their way to the other side of the Moat.  If a player falls into the water, they will have to go back and start over! Once the first player is across, their teammate must follow the same way.
"When both players are across, run over and hit your team's gong.  The first four teams to hit their gongs will go on to the next round, so teams— are you ready?"
The players all cheer and shout in response.
"They're ready, Olmec— are you?" asks Kirk.
"This rock is ready to roll!" Olmec replies.
"Okay teams," Kirk says. "On your mark, get set, GO!"

The teams quickly take off, the first player from each team climbing onto their first swinging platform.  The players are more or less neck-and-neck at first— until the girl on the Purple Parrots slips off the third platform and into the drink. "Purple Parrots have to start over!" shouts Kirk. "Still plenty of time, though— we're looking for four teams! Green Monkeys got one player across, and so do the Blue Barracudas! But hold on— here come the Silver Snakes, Red Jaguars with the Orange Iguanas right on their tail!
"Green Monkeys ring in," Kirk says, continuing the play-by-play, "and here come the Silver Snakes! Gotta time that jump right, Blue Barracudas!" The boy on the Blue Barracudas is having a hard time staying on the last platform, but doesn't want to miss the jump onto dry land and have to start over.  After a lot of swinging the platform back and forth, he finally jumps down onto the floor and his partner goes over to hit the gong. "Blue Barracudas are in! We're looking for one more team— I think it'll be the Red Jaguars." Just as he says this, however, the boy on the Red Jaguars misses the final jump and has to go back. "Purple Parrots and Orange Iguanas can catch up— and the Orange Iguanas ring in! We've got our four teams!"
The camera pans to Kirk standing next to the Orange Iguanas. "These guys had a tough time crossing the Moat— but they made it! Going on to the second round are the Orange Iguanas— and the Blue Barracudas— and the Silver Snakes— and the Green Monkeys!" Kirk pauses to allow the audience to applaud for each team. "Tough break for the Red Jaguars and the Purple Parrots.  They're not going away empty-handed, we've got a great gift for them for playing, and here's what it is." The players on the Red Jaguars and Purple Parrots will each be receiving a $50 Regent sports package.

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The Pit / What was the longest Moat?
« on: December 16, 2006, 05:22:44 PM »
I didn't actually listen to the Kirk Fogg interview, but I hear he said there was a Moat crossing that lasted for 45 minutes.  The way I see it, it's either The Stone Head of the Evil King or The Cracked Crown of the Spanish King.  (How weird, two legends about rocks with King in their name.  And with the exact same Moat crossing.) Personally I lean torwards The Stone Head of the Evil King cause they start the show off right in front of Olmec, but I hear in the Cracked Crown episode the Moat lost its mist about a third of the way through.  Which one do you think was longer?

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The Treasure Room / Legends: The Rediscovery
« on: December 16, 2006, 04:34:06 PM »
Just a few things to explain about The Rediscovery.  From the beginning, I was planning to make an independent fanfic series, rather than just a few episodes to contibute to the Season 4 or Season 5 fics I read when I was first ghosting the forum.  The Rediscovery basically remains the same as the original show, but there are a few subtle differences:

1. I'm not sure if this ever happened in the real show, but if there's friends or close relatives that are a boy and a girl and they audition together, they can choose to go on the same team or different teams on different episodes.
2. All the players’ first names are revealed at the beginning of each episode— their names appear in onscreen and Kirk reads their names as he introduces the teams.
3. Both players on each team are given with a microphone so they can answer at the Steps of Knowledge (in the actual show, only one player per team had a microphone).
4. The Temple Games, if timed, don't always last for 60 seconds— depending on the challenge, they might last for 30, 45, 60, or 90 seconds.
5. In Season 1 only, if one team gets the tiebreaker question wrong, the other automatically wins.
6. There will always be an opportunity to form two full Pendants of Life in each Temple Run— if a team only wins one Pendant in the Temple Games, two half Pendants are hidden in Olmec’s Temple for the second runner to pick up.
7. The third room from the left on the lower floor of the Temple contains three ventilation shafts that run between there and other rooms of the Temple.  A player may slide down to the third-bottom room if he finds one of these shafts and it’s unlocked, but may not enter a shaft from the third-bottom room to go the other way.
Finally, in the first two seasons, the price of each prize package is announced after Dee explains the vacation package, to emphasize the fact that the prizes aren't as crappy now— the episodes I've finished already which feature a team who records a victory give the winning team about 11 or 12 grand in prizes.

The episode guide for all three seasons is below.  Some of the Season 1 episodes share their names with historic figures that were written about in the real show, but that's because I wasn't fully aware of those episodes at the time— I stumbled across this forum before any of the websites which featured a full episode guide.  I've tried to replace the episodes which share their historic figures and/or artifacts with episodes used or planned for use by other writers as best as I could, but I apologize in advance if there are any near-duplicates in the future.

Episode Guide

Here's something about the way The Rediscovery is made.  The format is slightly different from the original show in terms of production. (If anyone watches Lingo on GSN, I've based the production format on that.) The first season is only 20 episodes long, but subsequent seasons consist of a whopping 65 episodes apiece.

Season 1 (July 2006)
Layout I
The Silver Angel Wing of Elizabeth I
The Lost Papyrus Scroll of the Poet Sage
The Missing Log Book of Tenzing Norgay
Roald Amundsen's Final Telegram

Layout II
The Half-Burnt Torch of Mary Tudor
The Paintbrush of Van Gogh
The Thorn Crown of Emperor Augustus
The Entrails-Stained Crown of William the Conqueror
The Spear of the Nine Samurai
The Feathered Headdress of Powhatan
The Holy Crucifix of Joan of Arc

Layout III
The Sacred Quill of Quetzalcoatl
The Cursed Scepter of Ramses
The Right Nostril of the Great Sphinx
Helen of Troy's Mystical Mirror
The Holy Ankh of the Egyptian Deity
The Golden Amulet of Nefertiti

Layout IV
The Royal Crown of Louis XIV
Henry the Navigator's Missing Maps
The Jeweled Sword of Charlemagne

Each season after the first consists of 60 regular episodes and then a five-episode Tournament of Champions, and has a sort of environment-related central theme.  Season 2 is the "Winter Season," which is reflected in the "frozen" plants and slightly chilled temperatures on the set.  The Moat is even solid ice for many of the crossings, and many of the Temple rooms are designed to resemble icy regions or at least have relevant objectives.  Olmec is also lit with blue lights in this season rather than the usual red-orange.

Season 2 (January 2007)
Layout V
The Coonskin Cap of Daniel Boone
The Dragon-Headed Medallion of Vlad Dracula
The Melted Lamp of Paul Revere (Used with permission from Olmec)
The Missing Map from the Catalan Atlas
The Sandal of Mohandas Gandhi
The Sheath of Pedro I of Brazil
The Stolen Crown of the False Dmitriy
The Unlucky Necklace of Harmonia

Layout VI
The Cork of Robert Hooke
The Dampened Diary of Olaudah Equiano
The Fabled Fortune-Telling Book of Tituba
The Fake Beard of the Immortal Bank Robber
The Helmet of Richard the Lion Heart
The Incomplete Painting of Titian
The Iron Helmet of Rurik
The Jeweled Lei of the Hawai?ian Queen
The Missing Signature of George Washington
The Sachem's Staff of King Philip
The Secret Journal of Niccolò Machiavelli
The Secret Treasure of Phoolan Devi
The Shackles of Grace O’Malley
The Stained Coat of François l’Ollonais
The Tattered Battle Flag of General Cornwallis
The Torch of Fujiwara no Nobuyori

Layout VII
Henrique Galvão and the Santa Maria
The Blue Royal Gown of Catherine of Braganza
The Broken Flask of Louis Pasteur
The Chalice of Vasco de Balboa
The Empty Spice Jar of Christopher Columbus
The Golden Grapes of Dionysus
The Imperial Seal of Justinian
The Missing Card of Dmitri Mendeleev
The Silver Gauntlet of the Black Prince
The Smashed Spit of Roche Braziliano
The Spiritual Scroll of Akhenaten
The Torn Message of Sarah Grimké
The Wanted Poster of the Gentleman Bushranger
Urashima Tar? and the Box of Lost Time

Layout VIII
Caligula's Horseshoe
Rutherford's Gold Foil
The Bonnet of Mercy Otis Warren
The Cracked Teacup of Elizabeth Cady Stanton
The Keys to Anne of Cleves's Palace
The Leather Holster of Wyatt Earp
The Lost Colony and the Croatoan Carving
The Magical Thread of Ariadne (Used with permission from The 49th Ronin)
The Priceless Treasure of the Conquistador

Layout IX
Nero's Half-Burnt Toga (Credit for the Moat crossing goes to Bluebarracuda7)
The 96th Thesis of Martin Luther
The Ace of Spades of Black Jack Ketchum
The Chinese Emperor and the Great Wall (Approved by The Bamboo Forest)
The Cross-Sectioned Map of the Winchester Mystery House (Credit for the Moat crossing goes to Bluebarracuda7)
The Golden Lighthouse of Demetrius of Pharos
The Great Seal of the Axumite King
The Lost Crown of Mbwila (Credit for the Moat crossing goes to Bluebarracuda7)
The Lost Love Letter of Joséphine Bonaparte
The Map to James Marshall's Treasure
The Navigation Plans of Sir Francis Drake (Credit for the Moat crossing goes to Bluebarracuda7)
The Revised Map of the New World
The Silver Earring of Captain Kidd (Used with permission from The Bamboo Forest)

Layout X— Tournament of Champions Layout
The Lion-Skin Cloak of Hercules (Semifinal)
The Burnt Treasures of Æneas (Semifinal)
The Jeweled Calix of Nebuchadnezzar (Semifinal)
The Mystical Staff of Okomfo Anokye (Semifinal)
The Sheath of Excalibur (Final Round)

Season 3 is the "Tropical Season." The set is lit with more yellow and orange lighting to simulate a jungle during the day rather than at night, and Olmec is lit only by a faint orange light.  As for small changes to the show formula, five episodes are now taped each day, the Temple Run prize values are no longer stated, and the Temple Games feature something new: Pendants of Life in the team colors will appear onscreen during the second and third games to help viewers keep track of teams' scores.

Season 3 (June 2010)

Layout XI
The Heart-Shaped Locket of Elizabeth of Bavaria
The Smashed Statue Piece of Thutmose
The Wedding Ring of King Shahryar
The Wolf-Skin Cloak of Victor of Aveyron
The Wooden Dragon Head of the Ormen Lange (Used with permission from The Bandit King)

Layout XII
Demetrius Ypsilanti and the Dame's Diamond Necklace
Savonarola's Torch
The Compact Calix of Cebu
The Emerald Earrings of Maria Theresa
The Inner-Seeking Stone of Confucius (Used with permission from Red Jaguars Fan)
The Inspirational Mask of Mozart
The Melted Candle of Edgar Allan Poe
The Missing Map from the Eureka Stockade
The Original Robe of the Emerald Buddha
The Secret Water Scroll of Nefermesi
The Thrown-Away Battle Plan of Pyrrhus
The Weaving Shuttle of Arachne (Used with permission from The Bandit King)
The White Flag of Tomiko Higa
The Written Draft of the Zimmermann Note
The Yamato Arrow of Empress Jing?

Layout XIII— Hawaiian Layout
?Iolani Palace's Missing Armrest
Ka?ahumanu's Favorite Gown
Lunalilo's Royal Crown
The Attack Plan of Minoru Genda
The Lost Letter to the Sacramento Union
The Missing Mast Piece of the Prisoner of War (Permission already granted by The Silver Monkey)
The Priceless Flute of Leleiohoku
The Replaced Hand of Ali?i?lani Hale
The Second Seashell of K?ne Milohai
The Stolen Lantern from the Aloha Tower

Layout XIV
The Amaranth Flower of Artemis
The Fourth Talisman of Amaterasu
The Ghostly Lantern of Saratoga
The Kingly Quiver of Sri Indraditya
The Mystical Cutlass of Eustace the Monk
The Page Fragment from the Kuthodaw Pagoda
The Pilfered Gold Coin of Christopher and Cosmas
The Shell Barrette of Aphrodite
The Tainted Tunic of Nessus
The Twig of Yggdrasil

Layout XV
Goethe's Lost Helmet
The Cracked Padrão of Bartolomeu Dias
The Priceless Tile from the Millions Room
The Pulverized Propeller Piece of Charles Ulm
The War Helmet of Ares

Layout XVI
Abbé Siéyès and the Discarded Pamphlet
The Beautiful Headdress of the Bodhisattva
The Discarded Cap of Sarah Edmonds
The Dragon-Skin Sash of Kazeryu
The Fang of Lord Ruthven
The Golden Shield of the Delian League
The Golden Ship of Peter the Great
The Ingenuine Jewels of the Impostor of Anastasia
The Mourning Gown of the Duchess of Hohenberg
The Preliminary Plans for the Forbidden City
The Smashed Crow's Nest of the Black Joke
The Stolen Statue Head from Wat Bang Phra
The Surviving Twig from Thor's Oak
The Zodiacal Pamphlet of Aleister Crowley
William Lloyd Garrison and the Missing Printing Plate

Layout XVII— Tournament of Champions II Layout
The Argonauts and the Golden Fleece
The Golden Dragon Statue of Xanadu
The Plumed Headband of Dingane
The Wedding Brooch of Jocasta
Sir Galahad and the Holy Grail

Player Interviews

Heather Ogedengbe talks about her time as a Red Jaguar in "The Jeweled Sword of Charlemagne," the last aired episode of Season 1.
Melissa Brown talks about making friends and dealing with a hint of embarrassment as a Silver Snake in Season 1's "The Holy Ankh of the Egyptian Deity."
Kevin Buckley, a Silver Snake from Season 2, tells us about his appearance in "The Unlucky Necklace of Harmonia," a tough break of an episode.
Andrea Cremonesi shares stories about her experience as a Green Monkey in "The Fabled Fortune-Telling Book of Tituba."
Amber Paxton talks about becoming the first solo victor on the show as an Orange Iguana in "Henry the Navigator's Missing Maps."
• Dominik Somers tells us about some close calls and wild rides he faced as a Green Monkey in "The Ace of Spades of Black Jack Ketchum."

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